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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 02-2009-108 (Knit Top with Bateau Neckline)

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Posted on:3/17/09 2:53 AM
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Annette1 said... (3/18/09 1:12 AM) Reply
I think your new top looks GREAT, and I say whip out a couple more now that you've got your pattern altered. :o)
sewing for fun said... (3/17/09 10:32 PM) Reply
Wow! Great suggestions on your blog for maternity modifications. Great way to avoid the tent look! Beautiful job on all these tops!
bangerlm said... (3/17/09 9:20 PM) Reply
heatherrique- I do have a two belly bands, but I can't find one and the other one is really tight and uncomfortable. :P
bangerlm said... (3/17/09 7:49 PM) Reply
heatherrique- I do have a two belly bands, but I can't find one and the other one is really tight and uncomfortable. :P
Amanda S. said... (3/17/09 5:58 PM) Reply
Your shirt looks wonderful! By the way, ever heard of a belly band? You wear it around your belly and it looks like an underlayered shirt. Works great for those last few months when everything is too short.
Heatherrique said... (3/17/09 5:06 PM) Reply
So clever to transform this pattern into a stylish maternity top! You look fabulous!
sewtime said... (3/17/09 12:50 PM) Reply
Very pretty top, great color!! You look so cute in your new top.
RLL said... (3/17/09 9:03 AM) Reply
Considering you are 'still new at this' I think you did a great job with the alterations, especially the maternity alteration. Bravo to you.
Yvonski said... (3/17/09 5:44 AM) Reply
Looks great. Best of luck for the next two months. And for the next 16 years.
morzel said... (3/17/09 4:03 AM) Reply
I also thought of using this pattern and altering it for maternity wear. My approach would be a little different(cutting the pattern at empire line, spreading the lower part), but its great to see yours! Thanks for the review.
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